These peach Bellinis are wonderfully light and refreshing! Sweet peaches serve as the perfect pairing to a bubbly Prosecco. Pull this recipe out at your next spring brunch and knock the socks off your guests. No one will believe you made these peach Bellinis yourself. And they especially won’t believe they took just 5 minutes to make!
What Makes This Recipe So Good
- Few recipes have left me speechless, but this is one of them. Not a single adjective does this delicious cocktail justice – they are just so, so, so good. They’re especially delicious and refreshing on a warm spring day.
- They consist of just five simple ingredients, and one of those ingredients is just water! Also they take just five minutes, maybe less, to make. Even the most inexperienced bartenders can make these peach Bellinis!
- It’s easy to make for a crowd. Make a batch of peach puree, then leave out some champagne flutes and a chilled bottle of Prosecco for your guests to pour themselves. Everyone can fix their own peach Bellini with their ideal peach-to-Prosecco ratio!
Fresh Peaches – Remember to peel your peaches before dicing and blending. No one wants peach skin bits floating in their Bellini! If you’re in a pinch and can’t find fresh peaches, you can use frozen, but fresh is definitely best.
Sugar – Make this added-sugar-free by using granulated Swerve, honey, stevia, or monk fruit sweetener instead of sugar.
Lemon Juice – Brings out a delicious tart flavor in these Bellinis and helps to balance out the sweetness of the peaches, while offering a bit of vibrance to the whole cocktail.
Prosecco – Peach Bellinis are traditionally made using Prosecco, but you can use any sparkling white wine you’d like! I’d recommend a crisp Cava or Champagne instead.
- Looking to chill your drink? Add a frozen peach to the bottom of your glass! This will act as an ice cube, without watering your cocktail down.
- If you’re concerned about pulp or peach chunks in your Bellinis, you can strain your peach puree through a fine-mesh strainer before serving.
- Adjust sugar amount to your liking. If your peaches are very ripe and sweet you might want to decrease the amount of sugar you use. On the other hand, if your peaches are less ripe, you’ll probably want to add an additional tablespoon of sugar to sweeten things up.
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- Strawberry Mojito
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- Easy Mojito Pitcher Recipe
- 3 cups fresh peaches peeled and diced
- ½ cup cold water
- 2 tablespoons sugar see Notes
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- 1 bottle Prosecco chilled
- Add peaches, water, sugar, and lemon juice to a blender and blend until smooth.
- Fill champagne flutes halfway with peach puree and top off with prosecco.
- Make it Added-Sugar-Free: Use granulated Swerve, honey, stevia, or monk fruit sweetener instead of sugar.
- Make it Non-Alcoholic: Use sparkling cider or seltzer water instead of Prosecco.
- To Chill: Add a frozen peach to the bottom of each glass to chill.
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